MEXICO CITY, June 10 (Reuters) - Former Argentina winger
Cesar Delgado is returning to Mexico to play for Monterrey after
spending four seasons at Olympique Lyon.
"Cesar Delgado has reached an agreement to be a part of
Monterrey's 'Striped Ones'," the Mexican club said in a
statement on Friday.
CONCACAF Champions League holders Monterrey will be the
29-year-old forward's second Mexican team after he also played
for Cruz Azul from 2003-07.
Delgado, who won the Ligue 1 and French Cup double with Lyon
in 2008, played for Argentina at the 2004 Copa America in Peru
and helped his country win the gold medal at the 2004 Athens
He replaces Paraguayan midfielder Osvaldo Martinez who left
Monterrey for Atlante this week.
(Reporting by Carlos Calvo, writing by Rex Gowar in Buenos
Aires, editing by Tony Jimenez. To query or comment on this
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